Ceramics have been manufactured in Hebron for ages; as it is a long-lived tradition for family-owned businesses. The tradition has lives on as the art in its products has advanced over time. Producers have become more skillful, but still use the traditional methods (discarding the usage of modern wheels or ovens) passed on to them from their ancestors. The making of ceramics requires careful and detailed handmade art, which then is followed by firing in an open area of charcoal-fuelled kilns. The way the products are fabricated (like those unique flower and arabesque patterns) is quiet complicated both in making and to the eye. Hebron’s ceramics are internationally well known for their distinct style and highly creative, delicate finishing touches.